phillips Posted April 12, 2014 Share Posted April 12, 2014 I realize I have another thread going about Strada feedback... But in all of my online searching, I found some "last years" Stealth bindings at fairly attractive pricing and even in the correct size and foot-forward orientation for me. The search for Strada's is still on, but if I have to go to the 2014 version to get a matching pair, then we are at the same price as the Stealth now, which I didn't expect. Plus the Stealth adapter plate to avoid drilling my ski, but was glad to find out they have that... Basically, I like the release design and thought of the boots being on a mono-plate. I have never suffered an angle or knee injury from lack of release, but have some friends who have had issues in various bindings and putting ankles back together. I've only had rubber high-wraps until now, so wonder about the adjustment factor since these boots look so tall and rigid. Only seen some limited feedback that they take "some getting used to" but not sure I've seen any feedback from anyone that has used them for a season or longer. Some things that come to mind, how does the vinyl covering hold up to the elements? How stinky does it get in there without removable liners? I see some vent holes in front, but still wonder if they need to be hosed out with soapy water every so often, etc... If you use the adapter plate, does it affect the ski flex any more than if were mounted on a Connelly ski? Ease of entry/exit compared to Radars? As always, thanks for any feedback. At least I feel like I have this narrowed down to couple choices now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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